Everybody at our school is an educator.
We seek people who have a passion for learning, a clear sense of responsibility for the students in their care, and a collaborative, team-oriented approach.
CCW is part of Catholic Education Wodonga which prides itself on offering an inclusive, progressive and respectful place to work and build a career.
Our school offers opportunities for professional development surrounded by a supportive culture, engaging people and a drive to deliver the best possible education for every student. We balance tradition with a forward-thinking approach. We are always learning.
Our employment policy follows CECV guidelines and is in keeping with the Mercy tradition, which underpins our identity as a Catholic school. We seek staff who are supportive of our Catholic ethos and who value mutual respect and faith within a community environment.
Learning Diversity Tutors
Due to continued growth of our student population, expressions of interest are invited from suitably experienced Learning Diversity Tutors to join our team in 2022.
Teaching Positions 2022
We are currently looking to expand our Teaching team for January 2022, with a range of on-going positions. Applications are invited from suitably experienced Teachers for the following subjects:
- . Mathematics (0.8 – 1 FTE ongoing)
- . French/Mathematics (1 FTE, fixed-term)
- . English (1 FTE, ongoing)
Reception & Attendance Officer
The Reception & Attendance Officer will deliver friendly, efficient customer service and create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for our College community. The position is primarily responsible for providing dedicated customer support services to parents, staff and students at the college.
Accounts Receivable Officer
The Accounts Receivable Officer is responsible for all aspects of the college’s accounts receivable function, and will play a pivotal role by providing additional support to the Finance team.
Need to know
Before applying, we ask that you are aware of the following —
We regularly look to update our register of casual relief staff, including roles in teaching, administration and exam supervision.
Our school is known as a hub of professional learning in the region.
For us, professional learning is not just for teachers, which is why we regularly create events to bring our community together and improve education for all.